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Put Your Blog on Your Site
By: KC Morgan
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    2009-10-09

    Table of Contents:
  • Put Your Blog on Your Site
  • Integrate Your Blog Into Your Site
  • A Web Page Within a Web Page
  • Put Your Blog on Your Site

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    Itís extremely easy to use the code to create a Web page within a Web page, effectively integrating your blog into your site. By changing the values for height and width, youíll define the parameters of the frame and design the look of this very important page element. To use the code, simply insert it into the body section of your siteís HTML editor.

    You may want to size and place the frame around existing navigational and advertising elements which are already in place on the page. Use the line break code (<br>) to move the frame further down the page. Use the definable width and height values to determine the size of your frame. Scroll bars will appear automatically, so users can see every single thing they would see if they directly visited the blog on its existing server. Simply insert the right URL into the code (replace http://yourblogaddress.com/ with the proper address), and your blog will appear right there inside the frame (see the example pictured below).

    If you design your site to match the blog and size the frame appropriately, you could almost seamlessly integrate your blog right into your existing Web site - without switching servers, changing protocol or learning some brand new method of coding.

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